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Full text of "Linguistic Survey Of India Vol Ii Mon Khmer Siamese Chinese Families"

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thl, a particle optionally added to the Imperative; lai-shl, put, 227; po-sht, beat,
' 236; khdMai-sM, Mud, 236; tet ndm shl, draw water (ndm), 237.
A2 (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese, s2)s numeral, four, 4,
thing (pronounced skeng), a raj of light, III, 21.
ship (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese sip), numeral, ten, 10; hd-ship, five tens,
fifty, 12 i ship-pit (pet), eighteen, II, 10.
sho, a complaint, II, 1, 2.
, to wish; jdn-sM, ask wish, (I) ask that, I, 2.
, in III, 3, seems to mean s or9,   Major Jenkins identified it with shu, wish.
(Kh. and Sh. *fe& Siamese su), pronoun of the second person plural, you, ye ;
2325; 160, etc.; ktodng shu, your property.
sJmJs (Kh. and Sh. the same), ripe (H.).
(Kti and feh. the same), sour, acid (H.).
(Kh. and Sh. the same), the grounds round a house, a compound; Mai*
shun, into the compound, II, 8,10.
shung (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese sung), high, lofty, 135 ; khuft shmg Ink,
higher than, 186; khftft slung ndm ndm, highest, 137.
shmg (Kh and Sh. the same), to take away (H.).
shup (Kh. and Sh. the same), the mouth, 36 ; shup-mu, to be silent (H.).
ta, to feel; (Icu-kdn-td), began to feel fear, II, 13*
ta, (Kh., Sh. and Siamese td)3 the eyea 85.
ta, in phu-ra-ta-ra, q.Y
id (Kh., Sh. and Siamese the same), to die, 33; tai-shi, dying (participle used as
present tense), 1,17 ; tai-shi-jau, wag dying, was dead, I, 30; to*-/att, died,
I, 53 ; po-tai, to kill (H.).
tai, a playmate, a companion, I, 47.
tai (Kh. and Sh. the same), near, 87.
takt to "become; tdk-lu tdJc-pdng, become diminished become ruined, hence, spent,
I, 8 ; tak-ip-tdls, become famine misery, I, 9.
tak, misery, I, 9, see preceding.
tdk, to consider, III, 10.
tdk, apparently a numeral suffix used with rupees; tra-shdng-tdk, rupee two
pieces, two rupees, 232.
tdm (Kh. and Sh. the same), low, not high (H.).
tarn, (Sh. the same), a place; luk-tdm, from, see Ink.
tang (Kh. and Sh. the same), with, in company with, II, 11; wfth, by means of;
tang khan, (beat) with a cudgel, 228; tang shai, (bind) with a rope, 236.
tdng (Kh. and Sh. the same), to put, place j nmg-tdng, the same; nmg-twg
(imperat), place, I, 27 (bis), 28.
tdng (Kh. and Sh. the same), all, I, 5, 7/8; II, 14; 134 (see eft); tang-lai, all
all, all, I, 4, 48, 61; tdng-kd, all all, all, III, 4; tang-kS, III, 13, the same.
tdng (Kh. and Sh. the same), a road; tdng nit road distant, at a distance on the
road, I, 22.
tdng (cf. Sh. tdng, to water, to pour water on), a pot; ndm*tdng> a water-pot, II,
11.
tdng (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese thdng-noi), the belly, 42; tMn tdng, to fill
the belly, 1,14; kldng tdng, within the belly, 1,17.